I saw that the Minnesota DNR EagleCam(linked on the left) was back in action about a month ago and I checked in again today to see how the eggs were faring after all of this unseasonable cold they've had to endure. To my surprise it appears at least one chick pipped yesterday.
It may be a while before we get much of a look at exactly what is going on as the chicks will stay huddled under mom and dad's wings if they are smart. We'll see what pops up.
Oh, and if the less than great camera resolution discouraged you last year, they've improved that considerably this year.